Recent EMS Highlights
EMS continues to exceed client expectations with not only best in class service but also further reduces a 2.1MM piece mailing campaign's postage by $84,000. This savings is beyond the standard postal sortation discount offered by CASS certification and sortation.
EMS receives approval to process over 3MM live records through EPOP TM for best postal discounts and fastest delivery.
EMS receives approval to test EPOP TM on over 200 package versions for a single client to compare with already mailed discounted postal rates.
In addition to offering 15 years of highly successful in-house copalletization services, EMS introduces its proprietary EMS Postal Optimization Program (EPOP TM ) which further enhances postal discounts ensuring the deepest savings possible on letter class mailings by delivering further into the postal system.
EMS advisory board approves a $2MM capital and technology investment which will enhance client campaign postal discounts.
Two and a half years ahead of requirement, EMS announces the availability of the newest USPS barcode, Intelligent Mail Bar Code (IMBC) into all programs desiring to utilize this new technology. See IMBC... (this links to USPS site)
On site First Class Postal Sorting/Shipping : EMS has provided the local USPS office with plant space, equipment and personal to weigh, sort, band and ship first class mailing packages directly to O'Hare airport. This eliminates the need to ship first class mail to a USPS sectional facility for processing. Each customer benefits as mail reaches the targeted households faster ... thereby shortening the response time to each offer and increasing ROI.
EMS was the first Midwest test site in 1989 for the direct USPS Bulk Mail Center Shipping program. EMS was responsible for designing mail containers, which are now recommended as standard BMC packaging by the USPS. EMS ships standard class mail to all BMC's daily to over 308 Sectional Center Facilities (SCFs). This provides all EMS customers opportunities to move standard mail further into the postal stream and save on the most expensive single cost of any direct mail campaign, the shipping costs.